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    Lordi

    To be all fair to shock...you could say Gwar is a rip-off of Alice Cooper. I do not buy the "rip-off" cliche' people like to add to bands. There has always been an innovator or creator (so to speak) and then the music style evolves and eventually transforms into something else...
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    Lordi

    Love these lyrics: GUIS4Zn_E4o Raw Power old School style : yUzBvT0Xzu4
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    Blind Guardian (Official Thread)

    Re: Blind Guardian! Definitely a different look for Hansi. I like it! Even though some say women love the long metal hair, I like to believe the times are changing. I dont think men need long hair to be taken seriously in the metal universe. This haircut made me think of this song...
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    Nightwish (Official Thread)

    Re: Nightwish I have seen the open letter on Nightwish's website, and have also read Tarja's reply. (they are very interesting letters, aren't they) I have also read numerous gossip columns that have stated Tarja was being paid an extremely substandard amount compared to other band...
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    What is.....Gothic Metal

    Gothic Metal, A Metal Lover's Perspective Gothic metal begins with Gothic Rock, which is a spin-off from the punk movement. Gothic Rock, which takes its beginnings in the late 70’s, includes bands such as Bauhaus, The Cure, and Joy Division. The main difference between punk and goth is the...
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    Nocturnal Rites (Official Thread)

    Re: Nocturnal Rites Nocturnal Rites 4th album release: This album brings a new vocalist, Johnny Lindkvist. The band didn't break any new ground with this album, but the music has a nice flow from song to song. This album is a bit heavier than The Sacred Talisman, I would compare this album...
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    Your Favorite Rock/Power Ballad?

    :heheh::heheh: that is pretty funny, b.o.b., but a ballad none-the-less.
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    Heart - a hair band?

    Not to be a witch or anything, but Pythagoras never wrote anything and none of his philosophies were ever written. He is most famous for his expertise on the fate of the soul after death, and he believed he could be in two places at the same time. If you are modeling yourself after Pythagoras...
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    Your Favorite Rock/Power Ballad?

    I am glad there is another fan for Tears of the Dragon, it really is beautiful. Dream Theater is fantastic, nice choice.
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    Your Favorite Rock/Power Ballad?

    Oh lala! here is another mind blowing ballad: <object width="480" height="385"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/689OuBJEzGA&amp;hl=en_US&amp;fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed...
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    Your Favorite Rock/Power Ballad?

    Please foxhound, listen to this metal ballad, I promise you it is not "rough" or anything harsh at all, but it does sizzle a bit in the solo. This song is actually a beautiful piece of work, and it might change your mind about metal. <object width="480" height="385"><param name="movie"...
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    Heart - a hair band?

    Thank you! Exactly, there is a sound that accompanies glam metal, not just a look. If you take, for example, Heart's early music like the song "Crazy On You" <object width="480" height="385"><param name="movie"...
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    Heart - a hair band?

    Check it out! Maybe this fellow was the true innovator to glam. He sure looks sparkly and has all the glitter, make-up, spandex, and even bagles on his arm! And of course a night of performing has sweated out his pouffy hair:
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    Your Favorite Rock/Power Ballad?

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    Heart - a hair band?

    The term was invented in the 90's ,by MTV, in case you weren't aware of it's origin. When Glam bands were having their hey dey, there was no term "Hair Metal". Fans of grunge and punk called these bands "hair bands" to deride the music and the culture. So yes there was a fan base rival...

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